The last moments of Konstantine Krispee
March 3, 2011 § Leave a comment
Konstantine Krispee awoke today feeling especially cheery. He took a hot bath to celebrate. The sun brightened the sky but didn’t warm the earth, which he preferred because he quite liked wearing his coat. In the middle of the day, he developed a headache. It started off mild, but it rapidly grew. He shrugged off the headache and tried to continue his day, but then he realized that he was disappearing, part by part, until he was nothing. As he disappeared, his last thoughts were: I suppose since I can’t file taxes, this must be the other.
“…in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” — Benjamin Franklin